News in the WC
Come join us for WCREALTORS second Community Update in the Explore Williamson County Series. City planning officials will discuss new and upcoming developments as well as projections for their communities. This event is free for everyone in Williamson County to attend, however space is limited! More Information | Register Now
Hut One... Hut Two.... Calling all real estate professionals in Central Texas -- this is your chance to score a touchdown with your clients! Coming back for the 7th year, bigger than ever, the Super Bowl of Builders. Mark your calendar for this not to miss event. We will have over 30 new homebuilders representing every community from across the county displaying their information at a new location, the Dell Diamond! They will be on hand to update you on their homes, new incentives for 2017, and community features. Last year, over $3,500 in prizes were awarded during the event. You will not want to miss this opportunity to network and gain knowledge from our top industry builders… the PRED has come alive! More Information
Technological advances in construction will represent a huge shift for the building and real estate industries in the next decade. Are you ready?
Imagine if all shoes were still made by hand. While you might yearn for the return of the artisan craft of cobblery, Behrokh Khoshnevis pours cold water on such a fanciful scenario. Before automation, he says, the high cost and high demand for decent footwear meant most people were stuck buying one pair of ill-fitting, sloppily sewn shoes a year.click here to read more
Round Rock, Texas – 11 November 2016 – Home sales in Williamson County decreased 11.5 % in October 2016; however, home prices increased (when compared year over year), according to the October 2016 Williamson County housing market report released today by the Williamson County Association of REALTORS®.
According to the report, 773 homes were sold in Williamson County during October 2016, an 11.5% decrease from the year prior. The median price for Williamson County homes increased seven percent year-over-year to $253,000 during the same period.click here to read more
Copyright infringement is a growing concern for the real estate industry. Hop online November 16 for a free TAR Risk Reduction Committee webinar to learn how to obtain the appropriate licenses for MLS content, including photos and other listing information. Make sure you’re not putting your brokerage at risk ... Register now!
Third-quarter home sales continue to beat records
The latest Texas Quarterly Housing Report shows a slight…click here to read more